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Good, Bad & Ugly: He Shall Be Livan; Mets Beat Nationals

Published by on June 7, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - MLB

"I got behind some people and then left the ball up a little bit and they got a hold of some pitches." - Craig Stammen, June 7, 2009.
THE RESULT: The New York Mets hitters jumped all over Washington Nationals starter Craig Stammen, roughing the pitcher up for five runs in the first inning. Mets starter Livan Hernandez did the rest, shutting the Nats out over seven innings before leaving with a stomach ache. Three relievers finished up, and the Mets took the rubber match 7-0 before 31,841 at Nationals Park. Stammen (L, 0-2, 6.45) was brutal in that first inning, giving up three hits, two walks and two wild pitches, both of which allowed runs to score. The 25-year old rookie, making his fourth career start, settled down well after tha...

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